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    that with all the new "improvements" to musical instruments, and with the easy access to on-line lessons and with free DAW's being so prevalent, that the quality of music and musicianship would have actually risen.

     

     

     

    I see little evidence of that, seems to me it's just a lot of marketing BS.

     

    How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

     

     

     

    Practice!


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    you got it
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      How many tracks did the Beatles have to work with, 8?

      Of course they had George Martin, too.
      A number of words mean "fool" in various keys. A brinjah is a comical person; to brinja is to play the fool. Fool can be an adjective meaning foolish: "Cho, man! You too fool!" - or as the abstract noun, foolishness: "De whol a de nex week Wasp wid him fool fly up an dung."—Frederic G. Cassidy

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        SpaceCowboy409 wrote:
        How many tracks did the Beatles have to work with, 8?

        Of course they had George Martin, too.

        SpaceCowboy409 wrote:
        How many tracks did the Beatles have to work with, 8?

        Of course they had George Martin, too.

         8 tracks at the end. Hendrix went from 4 trks to the newest 12 track technology













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